|Publication number||US7618302 B2|
|Application number||US 11/343,176|
|Publication date||Nov 17, 2009|
|Filing date||Jan 30, 2006|
|Priority date||Oct 26, 2004|
|Also published as||US20060128256, WO2006047309A2, WO2006047309A3|
|Publication number||11343176, 343176, US 7618302 B2, US 7618302B2, US-B2-7618302, US7618302 B2, US7618302B2|
|Inventors||Gary Collins, Stephen Lau, Alan O'Bryan|
|Original Assignee||Mattel, Inc.|
|Export Citation||BiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan|
|Patent Citations (88), Non-Patent Citations (1), Referenced by (17), Classifications (6), Legal Events (2)|
|External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet|
This patent application is a continuation of International Application No. PCT/US2005/037947, filed Oct. 20, 2005, which claims priority to U.S. Provisional Patent Application No. 60/622,115, filed Oct. 26, 2004, both entitled “Toy Play Set”, the disclosures of which are incorporated herein by reference.
This invention generally relates to toy play sets, and in particular to toy play sets for use with conventional, unpowered, scaled toy vehicles.
It is known to provide play sets for use with reduced scale (e.g., 1/64 Hot Wheels® and Matchbox) toy vehicles. Conventional scaled toy vehicle play sets are not well-suited for use by a child while riding in a vehicle such as a car. They are usually too large to set up and use in a car or other vehicle and often lack structure to secure toy vehicles and other loose pieces of the play set during travel. It is believed that a toy vehicle play set adapted for use by a child riding in a vehicle and that can secure its components would be desirable.
Briefly stated, the present invention is a toy play set particularly for use in a vehicle having a beverage cup holder. The toy play set comprises a body having first and second opposing ends and a side wall extending therebetween. The first and second ends and the side wall define an at least partially hollow cavity within the body, whereby the first and second ends and the side wall generally surround the hollow cavity in a closed configuration of the body. The body has in the closed configuration at least the first end sized and shaped to fit at least partially into the cup holder sufficiently for the cup holder to support the body in a first generally upright orientation with the second end forming a top end of the body. The body has an open configuration in which the hollow cavity is at least partially accessible. A generally continuous track is sized and configured for storage within the cavity of the body in the closed configuration. The track is accessible for play and engaged with the body in the open configuration. The track has a length at least generally as long as the body between the first and second ends.
The foregoing summary, as well as the following detailed description of preferred embodiments of the invention, will be better understood when read in conjunction with the appended drawings. For the purpose of illustrating the invention, there is shown in the drawings embodiments which are presently preferred. It should be understood, however, that the invention is not limited to the precise arrangements and instrumentalities shown.
In the drawings:
Certain terminology is used in the following description for convenience only and is not limiting. The words “right,” “left,” “upper,” and “lower” designate directions in the drawings to which reference is made. The terminology includes the words above specifically mentioned, derivatives thereof, and words of similar import.
Referring to the drawings in detail, wherein like numerals indicate like elements throughout, there are shown in
Referring specifically to
Preferably, when in the closed configuration 17, the body 11 has at least the first end 11 a sized and shaped to fit at least partially into the cup holder 80 sufficiently for the cup holder 80 to support the body 11 in a first generally upright orientation 15 with the second end 11 b forming a top end of the body 11. Additionally, it is preferred that the lid 12 is also sized and shaped to fit at least partially into the cup holder 80, so that, when engaged with either the first or second end 11 a, 11 b, the lid 12 can be engaged within the cup holder 80 in order to retain the toy play set 10 therein and inhibit movement of the toy play set 10 within the vehicle.
Preferably, the body 11 includes at least first and second portions 11 e, 11 f. The first portion 11 e preferably is removably engageable with the second portion 11 f, the first and second portions 11 e, 11 f preferably interlocking along sides and a bottom thereof, e.g., by tongue and groove, bayonet connectors, or the like, when the body 11 is in the closed configuration 17. When in the closed configuration 17, the first and second portions 11 e, 11 f of the body 11 are engaged in a first arrangement 13 in which each of the first and second portions 11 e, 11 f forms at least part of the generally cylindrical side wall 11 c of the body 11. Preferably, the first portion 11 e makes up all of a bottom portion and approximately half of the remainder of the side wall 11 c of the body 11, and the second portion 11 f preferably makes up the remaining half of the side wall 11 c of the body 11.
In the closed configuration 17 of the body 11, the open end 12 a of the lid 12 preferably interlocks with the second end 11 b of the body 11, e.g., by tongue and groove, mating threads, bayonet connectors, or the like. When in the closed configuration 17, the body 11 and lid 12 contain (or are at least capable of containing) all of the below-described components (namely, disassembled sections or segments 21 of the track 20 and the miniature vehicles 50) within. Although not separately shown, the toy play sets 110, 210 of the second and third preferred embodiments appear similar to the toy play set 10 of the first preferred embodiment when in the closed configuration 17.
Preferably, the body 11 further has an open configuration 18, best seen in
It is preferred that the lid 12 be removably engageable with at least one of the first and second portions 11 e, 11 f with the body 11 in the open configuration 18. Preferably, the lid 12 is engaged with a bottom of the first portion 11 e. When engaged with one of the first and second portions 11 e, 11 f, the lid 12 can be at least partially disposed within the cup holder 80 to support the toy play set 10 in a second generally upright orientation 16 with the other of the first and second portions 11 e, 11 f forming a top end of the toy play set 10. In this way, the toy play set 10 in the open configuration 18 can be at least inhibited from tipping over, rolling, or otherwise moving within the vehicle.
The track 20, when assembled, is preferably configured as follows. The corkscrew section 24 and the drop section 26 are permanently connected to an inside surface of a second portion 11 f of the body 11, or at least intended to remain engaged therewith while the toy play set 10 is in both the closed and the open configurations 17, 18. The start section 22 engages with uphill edges of the corkscrew section 24 and the drop section 26. Connected to a downhill edge of the corkscrew section 24 is the straight section 28. The loop section 30, the curve section 32, and the finish section 34 are connected in series between a downhill edge of the straight section 28 and the bottom of the first portion 11 e of the body 11. In particular, as shown in
The track 20 preferably includes at least one and preferably a plurality of a start section 22, a corkscrew turn section 24, a drop or jump section 26, a straight section 28, a loop section 30, a curve section 32, and a finish section 34. The various sections of the track 20 are releasably engaged with one another with suitable connection methods, such as tongue and groove, bayonet connectors, etc., to ensure smooth transitions from one section of the track 20 to another. It is important that the transitions between sections of track 20 are relatively smooth in order to minimize interference with the rolling motion of the miniature vehicles 50 while traveling along the track 20.
The track 20, when assembled, is preferably configured as follows. The corkscrew section 24 and the drop section 26 are permanently connected to an inside surface of a second portion 11 f of the body 11, or at least intended to remain engaged therewith while the toy play set 10 is in both the closed and the open configurations 17, 18. The start section 22 engages with uphill edges of the corkscrew section 24 and the drop section 26. Connected to a downhill edge of the corkscrew section 24 is the straight section 28. The loop section 30, the curve section 32, and the finish section 34 are connected in series between a downhill edge of the straight section 28 and the bottom of the first portion 11 e of the body 11.
Referring now to
Referring still to
Preferably, first and second diverters 42, 44 are located at two locations along the track 20 for selecting the path along which the miniature 50 is to travel. Each of the first and second diverters 42, 44 is rotatable with respect to the track 20 by pressing against tabs 42 a, 44 a, thereby moving diverter walls 42 b, 44 b along the flat surface of the track 20. Doing so effectively blocks at least one of the potential paths along which the miniature vehicles 50 could travel and diverts the path of the miniature vehicle 50 along the one desired path of the track 20.
Specifically, the first diverter 42 can be rotated to select either the corkscrew section 24 or the drop section 26 for the miniature vehicle 50 to travel along, thereby directing the miniature vehicle 50 along one of the two track surfaces 20 c, 20 c′. By choosing the corkscrew section 24 (track surface 20 c), the miniature vehicle 50 rolls along the corkscrew section 24 in a spiral path to the straight section 28. By selecting the drop section 26 (track surface 20 c′), the miniature vehicle 50 rolls down the drop section 24, drops off a downhill edge of the drop section 26, and lands on the straight section 28.
Preferably, the second diverter 44 can be rotated to select one of three paths. The three paths include the side exit 11 g, a height meter ramp 11 h, and the bottom exit 11 i. The side exit 11 g allows the miniature vehicle 50 to roll out of an opening in the side wall 11 c of the first portion 11 e of the body 11. The height meter ramp 11 h is preferably a ramp which leads up the interior of the side wall 11 c of the first portion 11 e. Upon reaching the bottom of the track 20, the miniature vehicle 50 has a certain amount of speed, which allows the miniature vehicle 50 to roll up the height meter ramp 11 h a certain amount. Preferably, the height meter ramp 11 h has numerical markings along it so that the height that the miniature vehicle 50 reaches can be measured. A sliding bar (not shown) can be slideably engaged across the height meter ramp 11 h so that the miniature vehicle 50 pushes the sliding bar upwardly as it rolls along the height meter ramp 11 h. It is intended that the sliding bar would slide to the maximum height of the miniature vehicle 50 along the height meter ramp 11 h and remain there in order to more accurately discern the maximum height reached by the miniature vehicle 50. As described above, the bottom exit 11 i is essentially an opening in the bottom of the first portion 11 e which allows the miniature vehicle 50 to drop therethrough and into the interior 11 c of the lid 12 when engaged to the bottom of first portion 11 e.
The structural elements of the toy play set 10, 110, 210 are preferably fabricated from conventional polymeric materials, such as polypropylene. Preferably, the polypropylene of at least the lid 12, 112, 212 is at least semi-translucent so as to allow one to see through the lid 12, 112, 212 in order to see the contents therein. Although portrayed as being made from an opaque polymer, it is contemplated that the body 11, 111, 211 also be made of an at least semi-translucent polymer in order for the contents thereof to be seen through the body 11, 111, 211. Although this is preferred, it is within the spirit and scope of the present invention that the structural elements of the toy play set 10, 110, 210 be made of a different material, so long as the toy play set 10, 110, 210 is capable of performing in the manner described herein.
When in the closed configuration 17, the toy play set 10 stores all of components, namely, the track 20 and the miniature vehicles 50, of the toy play set 10 within the body 11 and lid 12 engaged therewith. When a user desires to play with the toy play set 10, the user opens the toy play set 10 by removing the lid 12 from the body 11 and separating the first portion 11 e of the body 11 from the second portion 11 f. All of the components held within the toy play set 10 are separated therefrom once the toy play set 10 is opened. The lid 12 is inverted and attached to the bottom of the first portion 11 e of the body 11. The second portion 11 f is also inverted and is attached to the top of the first portion 11 e, in effect, attaching the tops of each of the first and second portions 11 e, 11 f together. The start section 22 is then engaged with the corkscrew section 24 and the drop section 26, which are preferably permanently engaged with the inside of the second portion 11 f. The straight section 28, the loop section 30, the curve section 32, and the finish section 34 are then attached in sequence to the downhill edge of the corkscrew section 24. The unattached, downhill edge of the finish section 34 is engaged with the downhill edge of the first portion 11 e of the body 11, thereby assembling the toy play set 10 in the open configuration 18.
Because of the shape of the toy play set 10 when in the closed configuration 17, the toy play set 10 can be at least partially inserted within the cup holder 80 to prevent it from moving around the vehicle. When the toy play set 10 is in the open configuration 18, the lid 12 extends downwardly from the bottom of the first portion 11 e of the body 11 and can be inserted within the cup holder 80 in order to prevent the toy play set 10 from moving around the vehicle during play. Alternatively, the toy play set 10, when in the open configuration 18, can be placed on a substantially flat surface (not shown) during play with the lid 12 acting as base.
In use, the user places the miniature vehicles 50 on the top portion 22 a of the start section 22 of the track 20. The path through which the miniature vehicle 50 is to travel can be set by rotating the first diverter 42 to choose one of the corkscrew section 24 and the drop section 26 and by rotating the second diverter 44 to choose one of the side exit 11 g, the height meter ramp 11 h, and the bottom exit 11 i. The miniature vehicle 50 is released to roll down the track 20 along the pre-selected path by pressing on the tab 40 a with a finger or thumb to lift the barrier 40 b of the starting gate 40. The user can continue playing with the toy play set 10, choosing different combinations of paths of travel for the miniature vehicles 50. When the user finishes or otherwise tires of playing with the toy play set 10, the toy play set 10 can be disassembled and placed back into the closed configuration 17. In this way, the toy play set 10 is self-contained, and there is a reduced chance of losing the components thereof within the vehicle.
Although not described separately, the operation of the toy play sets 110, 210 of the second and third preferred embodiments is similar to that described above with respect to the toy play set 10 of the first preferred embodiment.
It will be appreciated by those skilled in the art that changes could be made to the embodiments described above without departing from the broad inventive concept thereof. For example, although the disclosed tracks 20, 120, 220 have been made of separate, joinable track sections, it is within the spirit and scope of the present invention that the track be one continuous length, for example, rolled up for storage within the cavity 11 d or made of generally rigid section that are hinged end to end permitting the sections to be folded up for storage in the cavity 11 d. While tracks significantly longer in length than the body 11 are preferred, any track having a length at least generally as long as the body 11 between the ends 11 a, 11 b is encompassed by the present invention.
It is understood, therefore, that this invention is not limited to the particular embodiments disclosed, but it is intended to cover modifications within the spirit and scope of the present invention.
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|Mar 27, 2006||AS||Assignment|
Owner name: MATTEL, INC., CALIFORNIA
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